We have lived in Mobile, AL for six years now and there's very little I can say that isn't good about this place. The city lies near the Gulf of Mexico and we love going to the Gulf to watch the ships and barges. In April, we plan on at least one day to spend at the Azalea Trail Festival, which goes through 30 miles of antebellum homes when the …
As a child, I routinely visited Mobile, Alabama for vacations and trips. Mobile is a small, formerly industrial town that has been hit hard by both hurricanes and globalization. Still, it is home to a number of attractions for visitors, most notably those provided by the bay and the nearby ocean. The biggest tourist attraction in Mobile is the USS Alabama, one of the only WWII-era battleships which has …
AreaVibes ContributorPosted on May 05, 2010
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